King Exhibition Cover

Annual CU Boulder exhibition celebrates student art online

April 14, 2020

COVID-19 cancels in-person exhibition, but art and art history department strives to showcase student art

Scene at the US constitution

Scholars ask if America has a ‘national character’

March 31, 2020

CU Boulder visiting scholar in conservative thought and policy to address the topic in Zoom event on April 18

Frances Arnold

53rd Gamow Memorial Lecture at CU Boulder postponed due to COVID-19 coronavirus

March 12, 2020

Talk by Nobel Prize recipient Frances Arnold to be rescheduled for a date to be determined

Blood Meridian book

Write into the sunset by spotlighting the American West

Feb. 27, 2020

Annual writing awards from the Center of the American West urge students to re-examine and reflect on the American West

Sara Campione pipettes samples into a 96-well plate as part of her research on Burmese python liver genetics.

Student probes python livers for clues to cirrhosis

Feb. 26, 2020

CURE Symposium is an undergraduate research conference that promotes scientific and self-discovery, and Sarah Campione’s work on python livers is just one example.


Meet the man who invented Dothraki for Game of Thrones

Feb. 10, 2020

Linguist David Peterson to discuss language creation—including for series like Game of Thrones—at CU Boulder on Feb. 18


Exhibit celebrates a century of female suffrage in America

Feb. 8, 2020

One of those stories is Hazel Schmoll, an alumna who became the first CU Boulder graduate to land a Vassar faculty position.

Collage of faculty book covers

Philosophers, artists and more to be celebrated by Center for Humanities & the Arts

Feb. 7, 2020

Center to recognize recent faculty achievements at CU Boulder on Feb.10


Persuasion is focus of wide-ranging art exhibition

Feb. 5, 2020

‘I hope viewers see the possibilities for teaching and learning through an art museum on campus and how it can catalyze students’ academic experience,’ curator says.

Last Library exhibit

Exhibition focuses on humans’ response to a changing climate

Feb. 4, 2020

Artist-in-residence argues that art and ecologically utopian thought can cultivate social change.